The 630 sprints a Northeast Regional along the North East River on a fine summer day.
I ran into the 668 as it was being delivered from the Siemens factory in California, and here it is in its natural habitat with siblings 608 and 660.
Fresh paint for an unsung hero of the NEC.
6 in 1! Hard to do outside of a yard of station. In a rare instance, all 5 throat tracks of WUT are occupied, and even a WMATA Metro train is passing.
The California Zephyr rolls through the barren and stark, yet beautiful countryside of scenic Utah.
The California Zephyr rolls through the barren and stark, yet beautiful countryside of Utah.
The California Zephyr has just exited the tunnel at Beavertail Mountain.
The California Zephyr rolls into Glenwood Springs as a raft floats down the Colorado River.
The California Zephyr heads over the Colorado River at Bull Gulch.
The California Zephyr twists and turns through the Rockies under threatening skies.
A Northeast Regional enters Washington Terminal coming around the curve under New York Avenue.
The California Zephyr snakes its way through Byers Canyon
The California Zephyr snakes its way through magnificent scenery among red rock mountains.
The Amtrak ticket counter at Penn Station in New York is slated to be a thing of the past once Moynihan train hall opens.
The man this Washington Terminal Heritage unit is named after, Pete Grosso, worked as a Train Director in K Tower (on right) and later as a conductor on yard engines like this.